Ergo current market price is $1.37 with a 24 hour trading volume of $429.80K. The total available supply of Ergo is 62.71M ERG. It has secured Rank 244 in the cryptocurrency market with a marketcap of $85.93M. The ERG price is 0.14% up in the last 24 hours.
The lowest price of the Ergo is $1.36 & the highest price is $1.39 in the last 24 hours. Live Ergo prices from all markets and ERG coin market Capitalization. Stay up to date with the latest Ergo price movements. Check our coin stats data and see when there is an opportunity to buy or sell Ergo at best price in the market.
$1.36 / $1.39
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Ergo is a flexible blockchain protocol. Ergo is designed for developing decentralized applications with the main focus of providing an efficient, secure and easy way to implement financial contracts. To achievethisgoal, Ergo includes various technical and economic improvements to existing blockchain solutions. Every coin in Ergo is protected bya program in Ergo Script, which is a powerful and protocol-friendly scripting language based on Σ-protocols. Using ErgoScript, users can encode the conditions under which coins may be used: who can spend them, when, under what external conditions, to whom, and so on. Extended support for light nodes makes Ergo friendly for end users because it allows running contracts on untrusted commodity hardware.To be usable in the long-term, Ergo follows a survivability approach – it uses widely-researched solutions that do not result in security issues in the future, while also preventing performance degradation over time with a new economic model. Finally, Ergo has a self-amendable protocol that allows it to absorb new ideas and improve itself in the future.
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